A good product serves as an extension of your own team — your vision, mission, and values — and with any good organization, it deserves its own form of iteration and continuous improvement. But as an early-stage company, the balance between building a product that’s “good enough” and other competing interests can often result in poor product-market fit, or, even worse, burned out and frustrated engineers.
We’ve built Product Testing: A Guide to Getting Started, to help you navigate the important decisions around testing, iterating, and improving your products. We’ll walk you through some of the key aspects of:
- Building a test-friendly culture in your organization
- Using an experiment framework and prioritizing what to test
- Building and implementing a testing plan
- And, how to implement and share your findings.